Posts tagged Ted Thompson
Green Bay Packers director of football operations could be the next general manager of the Kansas City Chiefs or New York Jets. The Ted Thompson tree continues to grow.
The Green Bay Packers are one of the youngest teams in the league again. You shouldn’t be surprised because it’s par for the course, although something doesn’t quite add up.
The Green Bay Packers are ready to panic. The team will reportedly sign running back Cedric Benson to bolster what has been a pretty anemic ground game thus far.
Boy, was than an awesome experience. We’ve just returned from the Green Bay Packers Shareholders Meeting. Here’s how it went down and what you need to know.
Today is one of the most important days in Green Bay Packers history. The Packers did something in recent history that changed the face of the franchise. Take a look to relive this historic moment.
The Green Bay Packers new inside linebacker Terrell Manning says the team got a steal. The pick could ultimately spell the end of the line for A.J. Hawk in Green Bay.
Green Bay Packers safety Nick Collins appears ready to resume his career after undergoing spinal fusion surgery, but the team may not clear him to play. That means Collins may end up playing for someone else.
The Green Bay Packers wild and crazy, free-spending ways are probably over. The team lost out on defensive end Dave Tollefson, who signed with the Oakland Raiders.
The Green Bay Packers were awarded four compensatory picks in the 2012 NFL draft. Here’s a look at the additional picks and how it might affect the rest of their plan.
The Green Bay Packers brought in defensive end Anthony Hargrove for a visit on Friday. It continues a flurry of activity that’s caused us to ask: where has Ted Thompson gone? Here’s the book on Hargrove.
Free agency has slowed down, but there have still been plenty of developments. The Green Bay Packers even factor into some of them. Here’s a breakdown of the important moves over the past two days.
The Green Bay Packers finally got the memo that free agency started and it came only two days late. That’s right, on day three they actually called someone’s agent. Of course, then they followed up by doing nothing.
Green Bay Packers linebacker A.J. Hawk talked about why he had such a shitty year in 2011, Thursday. You’ll never guess what his explanation is. We’re sure it will make you pretty happy, though.
The Green Bay Packers are going to tag quarterback Matt Flynn. Wait! No they’re not! It’s become completely evident no one knows what they’re talking about when it comes to Flynn. Here’s the argument why he won’t get the franchise tag and us throwing up our hands.
The Green Bay Packers never sign anyone on free agency, but we’re going to pretend they do. Here are four players who would help the team and how we see things playing out.
Green Bay Packers general manager Ted Thompson was named the NFL executive of the year by the Sporting News. He was chosen for the award by 32 NFL coaches and executives.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers says receiver James Jones should be the team’s No. 1 priority in free agency. It’s doubtful general manager Ted Thompson agrees.
The Green Bay Packers will cut linebacker Nick Barnett, even though they may have been able to trade him. The move will help the Packers get under the salary cap.
A lot of people seem to think the Green Bay Packers have a hole to fill on their defensive line, with defensive end Cullen Jenkins expected to depart in free agency and Johnny Jolly making stupid decisions somewhere in Houston. Football Outsiders named defensive line as the team’s biggest post-draft hole and several experts suggested it was the Packers’ biggest need going into the draft.
Awkward silence, anyone? The 2011 NFL lockout may be in full swing, but that didn’t stop Green Bay Packers players and brass from spending five days on a bus together this week for the annual Packers Tailgate Tour across Upper Michigan and Wisconsin. According to The Associated Press, coach Mike McCarthy, general manager Ted Thompson and several other staff members saw the bus off Tuesday.